Celebrating World Autism Awareness Day


The Eighth Annual World Autism Awareness Day isAutism Awareness month
April 2, 2015.
REGISTER TO BE ENTERED TO WIN A FREE TWO DAY COURSE

World Autism Awareness Day is one of only three official health related United Nations Days and will bring the world’s attention to autism. The World Autism Awareness Day encourages all to raise awareness about autism throughout society and to encourage early diagnosis and early intervention. 

Education Resources offers many relevant CEU courses for Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech Language Pathologists and assistants. Join us to learn creative, effective, evidence-based strategies.

 

 

Register for one of the following courses during Autism Awareness Month
and be entered to win a
FREE TWO DAY LIVE COURSE
($435 value)

ENTER “AUTISM2015” in comments box
(this is not a promotional code)
Valid April 1- April 30, 2015

(Enter code in comments box when registering online and we will be record all entries or please mention promotion when calling, mailing or faxing in your registration.)

A winner will be randomly chosen and announced in May

Not to be used in combination with other discounts or course credits. 
Non-Transferable.  Must be applied at time of registration,
not for conferences previously registered for. Not for online courses.

Please visit individual course pages below for full details, dates and venues, to download a brochure, or to register:

Linking Play to Function: Utilizing NDT and SI
Lezlie Adler

Solving Complex Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Issues (Intermediate-Advanced)
Joan Arvedson

Get Ready to Learn:
Yoga Therapy in the Classroom

Anne Buckley-Reen 

Sensory Integration Intensive
Jeannetta Burpee

Is it Sensory? Or Is It Behavior? Assessment and Intervention Tools for
OT’s, PT’s, and SLP’s
Debra Dickson

Interventions for Infants and Young Children (0-5): Activities, Routines and Evidence Based Practice
Randy Fedoruk

Treatment of Children with Sensory, Emotional and Motor Challenges
Lise Gerard Faulise

Building the Brain: A Neurobiological Approach
Robin Harwell

The AEIOU Systematic Approach to Pediatric Feeding
Nina Johanson

Complex Feeding Disorders: NICU, EI and Home
Amy Kageals

Yoga and Pilates Therapy for the Child with Special Needs
Angelique Micallef-Courts

Children’s Brains, Neuroplasticity, and Pediatric Intervention: What’s the Evidence?
Patricia Montgomery

Effective Ways to Manage Behavior and Increase Functional Outcomes
John Pagano

Integrating Movement Based Learning into Treatment:
an Evidence Based Approach
June Smith

Practical Intervention Strategies for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Stacey Szklut

Practical Strategies for Treating Complex Pediatric Feeding Disorders:
Treating the Whole Child

Polly Tarbell

Picky Eaters vs. Problem Feeders:
The SOS Approach to Feeding

Kay Toomey and Erin Sundseth Ross

The Pediatric Brain: Treatment Applications
Janine Wiskind

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